Definitions for "Eros"
Keywords:  cupid, aphrodite, love, passion, agape
Love; the god of love; -- by earlier writers represented as one of the first and creative gods, by later writers as the son of Aphrodite, equivalent to the Latin god Cupid.
The Greeks' term for passionate or erotic love.
The Greek God of passionate or erotic love. Also a big movie theatre in Mumbai.
Freud's term for the life-integrating instinct or force of the id, sometimes equated with sexual drive. Compare Thanatos.
the instinct toward life, posited by Freud
Keywords:  asteroid, observing, iai, nea, intelsat
Earth Resources Observing System
An asteroid which is the destination of the NEAR spacecraft. Eros is one of the Near-Earth asteroids.
Eros, Asteroid #433, is a Near-Earth Asteroid (NEA). This elongated asteroid is 21 by 8 by 8 miles (33 by 13 by 13 kilometers). The force of gravity on Eros is 1000 times weaker than the gravity on Earth; it has no atmosphere. The density of Eros is 2.4 grams per cubic centimeter, roughly the same as the density of Earth's crust. The surface of Eros is littered with dust, rocks, boulders and craters. Eros varies from about 1.14 AU to 1.78AU from the Sun (it orbits the Sun in a slightly more elliptical orbit than the Earth and is a bit farther from the Sun than the Earth). Planet or Moon Escape Velocity meters/sec miles/hour Mercury 4,300 9675 Venus 10,400 23,400 Earth 11,200 24,840 The Moon 2,361 5,300 Mars 5,000 11,250 Jupiter 59,500 133,875 Saturn 35,600 79,637 Uranus 21,300 47,925 Neptune 23,300 52,122 Pluto 1,100 2,461
Eros is a 2004 portmanteau film consisting of three short films: Wong Kar-wai's The Hand, Steven Soderbergh's Equilibrium and Michelangelo Antonioni's The Dangerous Thread of Things.
Keywords:  whilst, sticking, manner, statue, leg
Playing the ball with one arm whilst sticking one leg out the other way (in the manner of the statue).